Home » Therapies
That’s why as part of our various addiction treatment programs, including medication-assisted treatment, Cedar Oaks Wellness Center offers therapy programs to our clients. Taking a holistic approach to recovery means we don’t just focus on treating your addiction – we treat both the mind and body to contribute to your overall wellness. Evidence has shown that clients recovering from drug or alcohol treatment greatly benefit from therapy, which can lower the risk of relapse. Our team in Cincinnati recognizes that every person is different and has different needs, which is why on our 120-acre campus you can select the therapy options that work for you, from family therapy to group therapy and more. Our addiction professionals are ready to help you work towards the future that you deserve.
Many people associate addiction with physical symptoms like weight loss or weight gain, tremors, and slowed breathing, but the reality is that addiction to alcohol and drugs involves more than just physical dependence. Drugs create chemical changes in the brain and as a result, it takes time for the brain to get back to its “normal” functions when a person stops using. Long-term addiction leads to behavioral changes and increases the possibility of relapse, even when the person has gone through a treatment program. This is why addiction is categorized as a chronic disease.
Relapse prevention education is an important part of building a solid foundation for long-term, sustainable recovery.
Group therapy at Cedar Oaks Wellness offers our clients a safe & supportive environment to connect with peers.
We know that the family is an important part of recovery. We offer family therapy sessions as needed based on your individual needs.
We’ve partnered with Camp Kern to offer our clients an equine experience where our clients participate in equine activities.
Nutrition & wellness are an important part of the recovery process. Learn more about how we approach physical health at Cedar Oaks.
Recreational therapy is a great way to reduce stress, build confidence, and have fun in sobriety. We offer a wide range of recreational therapies.
When you stop using drugs but haven’t done the work to address the root of your addiction or develop healthier habits, it’s extremely likely that you will fall back into addiction. Therapy can help you look inward, repair broken relationships, and process any trauma you have that may have contributed to your addiction.
Additionally, many people have what is known as a dual diagnosis, which means they suffer from both addiction and a mental health disorder. According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), over 45 percent of Americans struggle with a dual diagnosis, and those who suffer from mental health addictions like depression or bipolar disorder are twice as likely to develop a substance use disorder. Therapy plays an essential role in treating people living with mental illness.